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    Favorite movie scenes

    Was just chatting about this with another FORT member.

    What are your favorite scenes from a movie?

    I'll start with one (I have many)

    The scene in Almost Famous on the tour bus where they are singing Tiny Dancer.
    I know someday you'll have a beautiful life, I know you'll be a star in somebody else's eyes... but why... why... why can't it be me?

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    The epic duel between Westley and Inigo Montoya in "The Princess Bride."

    There are lots of scenes I love in that movie--another is the wedding.
    "Mawwage!"

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    Let's see. . .

    The scene in Say Anything where Lloyd is holding the boombox and playing that Peter Gabriel song.

    The party scene in Breakfast at Tiffany's.

    The birthday party/blue soup scene in Bridget Jones' Diary.
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    some of my favorite comedy scenes.

    The dog fighting scene in Something About Mary
    The news anchor scene in Bruce Almighty
    Tom Hanks playing the oversized piano in Big
    The Apple Pie scene in American Pie
    About every other scene in Dumber and Dumber (particularly the cop drinking the piss and the moped scenes)
    Oh and of course the fake orgasm scene in When Harry Met Sally
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    Since I recently saw Amelie, the scenes where she sets up "things" in that mean guys apartment.

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    The ending of Legends of the Fall. (Not the very end, with the bear)

    The fight scene in Bridget Jone's Diary

    The Mooby Board Meeting scene in Dogma
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    The scene in Grosse Point Blank where John Cusack (my future husband, for those of you who don't know this yet) is holding the baby at the reunion. My God. "Under Pressure" is playing in the background, and I lose it every time.

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    This'll be corny, but the scene in EdTV where Ed goes over to the fence and talks to his step dad towards the end of the movie. That scene jerks me up every time. Love that scene.
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    I have many too, hazy. But I will start with the scene in "Bull Durham" where Crash gives his speech about what he is all about. "Well, I believe in the soul...the small of a woman's back..." etc.

    One of the best speeches in a movie ever
    "You don't own a TV?!? What's all your furniture pointed at?" Joey Tribianni

    It's not who you are underneath, but what you do that defines you.

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    And then there is the scene in "Shawshank Redemption" when he escapes and we find out how he totally screwed the warden over....

    Oh yeah, the Han Solo gets frozen in Carbonite scene in "The Empire Strkes Back". That is the best written and acted scene, and the most romantic/emotional scene in all of the Star Wars movies.
    "You don't own a TV?!? What's all your furniture pointed at?" Joey Tribianni

    It's not who you are underneath, but what you do that defines you.

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